1. Cougar1002

    Cougar1002 New Member

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    How to Create a Believable Fictional Chracter

    Discussion in 'Character Development' started by Cougar1002, Jun 29, 2008.

    How to Create a Believable Fictional Chracter (Article and Free Template)

    Hi,

    This is a link to an eHow.com article I published on this topic. Hope it's helpful. :)

    How to Create a Believable Fictional Character

    Have a great day,
     
  2. MumblingSage

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    Thanks for the link!
     
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    Thank you for that...I have been looking to help improve the characters I make.
     
  4. LitLover88

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    Thanks! That's really helpful! Also, check out the "related articles" over on the right side, there's some interesting topics like "how to name a character" and "how to write realistic dialogue."
     
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    Great article!
     
  6. Lucy E.

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    Thank you. :) Very helpful article.
     
  7. BillyxRansom

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    Just posting to echo many of the above statements. :)
     
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    Thank you very much. :) This will be very helpful.
     

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